Remodeling – Traumatic Injury

Traumatic Injury Modifications

What is a traumatic injury?

It simply means remaining in one’s home safely, independently and comfortably, regardless of age or ability level. It means the pleasure of living in a familiar environment throughout one’s maturing years, and the ability to enjoy the daily rituals and the special events that enrich our lives. It means the reassurance of being able to call a house a “home” for a lifetime. – NAHB

Share Your Project

Knowing your budget is beneficial to both of us and helps us know what your expectations are. This is the first step in our partnership to get your project done. Please fill out the form below to help us better serve you.

As we all know, things can happen at any moment and our bodies can be affected because of it. Whether from accident or injury, it may become more difficult for us to live in our homes overtime. In fact, one of the biggest obstacles to a person with physical limitations is often their own home. Countertops and cabinets that once worked are now too high, most doors are too narrow, bathrooms may be difficult to maneuver, and stairs can restrict access to the rest of your home. Some of these issues are simple to solve, while others may require a more costly renovation, either way BMR Homes is ready to help. By working together we can come up with a plan to enhance your quality of life.

Some modifications you may want to consider to make your home more livable for you and your family are:

  • Hallways may need to be widened
  • Ramps installed
  • Redesign kitchens and bathrooms
  • No step entryways
  • One story living modifications

Or simple changes like:

  • Installing non-slip surfaces in bathtubs
  • New lighting
  • Lever door handles

**Chris is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS)**

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What’s the next step?
In order to detect all of the project variables and receive package pricing we must send a trained specialist to survey your home. Call us at (205) 769-9967 or email for a free consultation and more information on pricing.

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